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  • Limited

    The author offered some interesting points which have value. Unfortunately, she basically says the same thing over and over again. I was hoping for more critical thinking. Also, it reads like a textbook. I wouldn’t recommend it.

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  • Should be required reading

    This book gave me the vocabulary, the theoretical frameworks, and real-word examples to better recognize unhelpful–and sometimes harmful–ways that I and those around me interact with people of color. Wish more white people, especially those in positions of power like managers, would take the time to read about and question their privilege.

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  • Save time and watch the author on YouTube

    I have seen the author and I have read the book. My preference is to watch and listen to what she has to say. The book can be like an email - the tone can come across much differently. It also tends to be a bit repetitive.

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  • Don't let your journey end here

    Racism 101 for all the "good white liberals" who don't think they need to hear it. Covers familiar ground for people who've done some anti-racist reading, b ut centers a core educational difficulty. Addresses misunderstandings such as "I'm a good person, so I can't be racist, because racists are bad people, which I'm not." Don't let this be the end of your journey if you're just getting started on educating yourself! Read James Baldwin, Audre Lorde, WEB duBois, Angela Davis and other writers of color.

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  • A must read

    Very interested. Even though a good part of that book won’t be news to readers, it’s very interesting to understand where it comes from and what can be done to improve our society

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